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Jesuits,

Catholic religious order founded by Saint Ignatius Loyola in 1540.
Jesuit tea - tea used by Indians for centuries; first cultivated by the Jesuits in their Paraguayan missions. Synonym(s): chenopodium
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Bazin, who had been standing listening to all this controversy with a pious jubilation, sprang toward them, took the breviary of the curate and the missal of the Jesuit, and walked respectfully before them to clear their way.
"With the curate of Montdidier and the superior of the Jesuits of Amiens."
At his right hand was placed the superior of the Jesuits, and on his left the curate of Montdidier.
Situated in a Jesuit institution, the principles of the Ignatian pedagogical paradigm were selected to "challenge students to become seekers of truth and agents of positive change in the world" (Black, 2005, p.
This article addresses the congruence of a student affairs professional preparation program within Jesuit higher education.
Jesuit Political Thought: The Society of Jesus and the State, c.
Jesuit Political Thought, The Society of Jesus and the State, c.
Jesuit Studies: Modernity Through the Prism of Jesuit History; Volume 21
* It's a Tuesday afternoon in March, a Noreaster threatening snow is on the horizon, and nearly a dozen Jesuit scholastics are lined up in the back row of a classroom here.
That tradition of eloquentia perfecta continued in one way or another in the Jesuit educational institutions in the United States (45 high schools and 28 colleges and universities) through the 19th and 20th centuries.
This is a comprehensive study of an important Jesuit by a historian with a masterful knowledge of Portuguese sources.